World’s biggest maker of thin-film panels plans to build solar farms in India for industrial and commercial consumers without any subsidies involved.
World’s largest thin film solar PV manufacturer bullish about Australia market, although Chile offering “compelling economics” for subsidy free utility scale solar.
The world’s biggest solar manufacturer is setting up in Australia, drawn by the prospect of socket parity and the world’s first PV mass market.
First Solar forced to adapt to a rapidly evolving market; good week for carbon as EU seeks to reactivate market.
Joint UK/US effort to make offshore wind more productive, cheaper; Japan renewables FiT close; SunPower takes solar carports to Italy; First Solar down, Q-Cells up.
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Module efficiency gains takes thin film solar closer to price parity